The public is invited to a presentation by the Franklin Historical Society on the history of Franklin’s Memorial Hall, now more commonly known as Franklin’s City Hall and Opera House. Built in 1892-93, specifically as a memorial to those who fought and died in the Civil War, it also functioned as a town hall and
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Voting is now live for Best of the Lakes Region at http://www.VoteLakesBest.com! Golden View has been nominated in the Health & Beauty category- Best Assisted Living and Best Independent Living and the Professional Services category- Best Customer Service and Best Nonprofit Organization. You can vote once per day per sub-category. Thank you all for your support!
Golden View has been nominated for Best of the Lakes Region in these categories: Assisted Living, Retirement, Customer Service and Nonprofit Organization. We would appreciate your vote! Voting runs from April 9th – April 25th, 2019 on http://www.VoteLakesBest.com. You may vote once every 24 hours. Please tell your friends and family! Thank you!
Golden View Health Care Center invites the public to a free presentation by author Tim Caverly about the history of Maine on Wednesday, February 6 at 11 am. Caverly, who has spent a lifetime living in the four corners of Maine, will talk about his first hand experiences. Attendees will discover the birth place of
Join your loved one here at Golden View for fun, food, drinks, special desserts and music. Terrace, Cottage and Pines Christmas Party December 18 at 2:30 PM in the Villages Lounge There is a 3-guest maximum and you must make a reservation, as seating is limited. Please make your reservation by calling 677-4123 or emailing
All children ages 1-11 who are with an adult are welcome. Trick or treating will take place in our brick building from 6:30-7:30 PM on Halloween.
The public is invited to The Terrace at Golden View on Oct. 11 at 2:30 for a free public presentation by Warren Huse about the history of the Laconia Car Company, which manufactured railroad and trolley cars between 1848-1928. This event is sponsored by The Bank of New Hampshire. Light refreshments will be served. Seating is
Please join us on September 20 at 2:30 pm at The Terrace assisted living for a free public presentation about the history of Bear Island by historian and author John Hopper. This event is sponsored by The Bank of New Hampshire. Please call Becky at 677-4194 to RSVP.
Please join us on Friday, August 10 at 2:30 pm at The Terrace assisted living for a free public presentation by Jeremy D’Entremont. This event is sponsored by New Hampshire Humanities. Everyone knows there’s “something about lighthouses” that gives them broad appeal, but their vital role in our history and culture is little appreciated. Our early nation
Join us on Sunday, May 13 at 12:15 PM for a Mother’s Day luncheon for residents and their families. Each resident may invite 2 guests. $13 for 1 guest and $25 for 2 guests. Call 677-4163 for more info.